A new clip promoting Marvel’s ‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’ has teased Rihanna’s return to music.
In a new teaser shared via social media platforms, the logo for Marvel Cinematic Universe’s final phase 4 feature film comes into view before the sole focus shifts to the character ‘R’. Friday’s date, October 28th, is listed against this character, with Marvel Studio’s post being delivered with a wide-eyed emoji hinting that big news is to come.
The original ‘Black Panther’ film soundtrack included contributions from Kendrick Lamar, Jorja Smith, and Travis Scott. It seems that its sequel will boast a similarly star-studded tracklist when it arrives on November 11th.
Other than her 2020 appearance on PARTYNEXTDOOR’s ‘BELIEVE IT’, Rihanna has not shared any original releases since her 13-track LP, ‘ANTI’, back in 2016. However, the NFL recently confirmed that the star will headline the halftime show at next year’s Super Bowl, which will take place on February 12th.